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Banking and Finance in Britain 1800-2000 (British History in Perspective)
December 10, 2007 by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
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Now that services account for such a dominant part of economic activity, it has become apparent that achieving high levels of productivity in the economy requires high levels of productivity in services. This book offers a major reassessment of Britain's comparative productivity performance over the last years. Whereas in the mid-nineteenth century Britain had higher productivity than the Cited by:
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The beginning of banking in England -- The foundation and growth of the Bank of England -- The early private bankers -- The Bank charter act ofand its suspensions -- The development of London as the financial centre of the world -- Factors of the money market -- The bank return -- The growth of joint-stock banks -- Joint-stock bank.
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